The Coolridge Animal Hospital Team

Dr. Elijah Davis

Medical Director

Dr. Davis, native to Virginia, graduated from North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. He later completed one year of general practice and a small animal medicine/surgery internship.  Prior to moving to Maryland, he enjoyed working as an emergency clinician in the New York/Connecticut region. Dr. Davis currently resides in Upper Marlboro and is accompanied by his wife, son, and six snakes. When he is not working, Dr. Davis enjoys family activities, attending church functions, and art shows.

Dr. Monica Maa


Dr. Monica Maa was born and raised in St. Louis, MO.  After earning her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University in 2000, she joined a small animal practice in the greater Chicago area.  She moved to the Washington, DC metropolitan area in 2004, where she has enjoyed developing her skills in canine, feline, and small exotic mammal medicine and surgery.  Dr. Maa lives in Clinton, MD with her wonderful husband, two beautiful daughters, 3 dogs, and 1 cat.

Monique Perry

Practice Manager

Monique is our all-star Practice Manager. Graduating from the University of District of Columbia in 2003 with a degree in Biology, Monique has pursued her interest in animal anatomy all the way to Coolridge. She is a vital part of the team who finds satisfaction in helping to educate clients on preventative care for their pets, striving to see that they receive stellar customer service and that pets leave healthy and happy. In her spare time, Monique likes to travel and spend time with her family which includes her husband, four sons, daughter, and their 13-year-old Chihuahua.

Todd Musick


Todd is a fantastic Customer Service Representative who comes to us by way of Gwynn Park High School right here in Maryland. Todd entered the pet care field out of a love for animals, but has found the most rewarding part of his job to be the knowledge that he is helping people make a better life for their pets. He is a pet parent himself, with a Chihuahua Mix named Ginger and two cats, Gypsy and Spunky.

Jamilah Goldson

Veterinary Technician

Jamilah is one of our outstanding Technicians here at Coolridge. She graduated from Prince George Community College with some online coursework from Ashworth college in 1993. Jamilah has also earned her Animal/Human CPR Certification. Her dedication to happy and healthy pets is obvious, and her desire to make a difference in an animal’s life is one of the most rewarding parts of her career. When she isn’t caring for the animals in our community Jamilah hangs with her friends, goes to the movies, and explores the nearby parks and trails. Her family consists of a daughter, 4 Yorkies, a Maltese, a Shih Tzu, and a Sheltie.

Christina Warren

Veterinary Technician

Christina graduated from Sanford-Brown College in 2014 with an Associate of Applied Science Degree, and is now one of our accomplished Veterinary Technicians. She wanted to be a voice for animals and provide support when they had none, and now she gets to live that purpose everyday here at Coolridge. Christina feels particularly rewarded when she can help nurse severely ill pets back to health and watch them go home purring and wagging their tails. She is such a pet lover in fact, she has five dogs: Chico (Chihuahua Mix), Bear (Poodle/Chihuahua Mix/Chico’s son), Ace (Pitbull), China (Yorkiepoo), and Asia (Toy Poodle). Don’t forget her 7-year-old goldfish, either! In her free time, Christina enjoys being a new mom, taking her dogs to the park, kickboxing and baking.

Kimberly Lucas

Veterinary Technician

Kimberly is an important part of our stellar Veterinary Technician team here at Coolridge. Kim received her tech training and education from excellent programs at Virginia Union University, Strayer University, and Prince George Community College. She also holds a current CPR certification. A love for animals drew her to the pet care field, and she takes a special pride and satisfaction in making pets feel loved and comfortable. Not only does Kim work hard to care for pets, but she also enjoys helping pet owners understand the decisions they are making about their pet’s health. In her free time, Kimberly focuses on her family and caring for her poodles.